Dr. David Matsanga is now claiming that President Uhuru Kenyatta's newly proposed political parties amendment Bill will compel the Republic of Kenya's second in command, William Ruto, to resign from his position.
According to Dr. David Matsanga, William Ruto, the Republic of Kenya's second in command, would sign as the republic's second in charge by February 9, 2022, just before the general elections!
A Tsunami Is On Its Way
President Uhuru Kenyatta's signing of the political parties bill into law yesterday means that anyone intending to contest for a political party must be a member of that party by February 9, 2022.
" Thus, by February 9, 2022, DP Ruto must be a member of the United Democratic Alliance and resign from office. When he becomes one, he instantly relinquishes his position as DP. That's what I told the Kenyans who had insulted me.Now you can see the impending disaster. David Matsanga published an article.
It is now a matter of waiting and seeing whether Deputy President William Ruto will sign it or not in the coming months.
More information about him can be found on his official Facebook page: https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story fbid=3163032610621001 & id=100007428787861
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